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Obsidian Review: I read this for "Free Space/Creepy Raven". "I am Watching You" by Teresa Driscoll which is a thriller/mystery.

Eh where to begin. Besides the poorly developed characters, the switching from first to third person, and the slut shaming that was thrown in for good measure, I don't know what to think of this book. The initial premise intrigued me, too bad that Driscoll decided that instead of sticking with one character throughout which would have made the book stronger, she jumped around to four ot

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Lena Review: I didn't know what to expect when I got this book from the library. I had heard of the author, but I'd never read anything by her.

Duncan does an amazing job creating suspense. It was SO HARD to put this book down every time I had to stop reading. It caught me and never let go--the pace is relentless. This should be required reading for suspense writers, because so many get it wrong. Duncan is a master.

That said, I didn't really care for the main character. I tried hard to like her, and succeed

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Silva Review: So cute!

My son loved this, thank goodness for kindle, we had no Easter books!! Must read it in a British accent!

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Kathleen Review: We were almost going to read this in one of my classes two years ago, but now I'm glad that we didn't.

I mean, I get it, it's cool that it's about suffragettes and sexuality and feminism, but really, those themes are all that's good about it. The play itself feels half-baked; it meanders, timelines aren't clear enough for my liking, and it really just kind of schlumps off towards an ending. I would have liked more structure and higher stakes. It's a bit like, "Oops, there the ladies go getting ar

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Robert Review: Of the three Bernie the Burglar books I've read, this is the daftest - and best! And best because daftest. Block's deliberate send-up of the country house mystery genre is silly, funny and unsurprisingly involves corpses piling up in a place Bernie is trying to steal from...

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